Andreas Adam created his estate in 2000 when he was 21 years old, with one hectare of vines that belonged to his grandmother. He now farms 5 hectares alongside his sister Barbara who joined in 2013. The tasting room of their winery is steps from the Dhron River, a small tributary that feeds into the Mosel. It’s in the Dhron Valley where they have slowly reclaimed the Hofberg vineyard, a historically esteemed site and the source of most of the A.J. Adam wines.
The winery produces a full spectrum of sweetness levels, all the way up to Eiswein in some vintages. The style here is built around a core of racy acid, often citrus and herbal aromatics with a saline quality. His entry level wines offer pure drinking pleasure, especially the Spätburgunder rosé and feinherb cuvées. Top bottlings from the Hofberg, Goldtröpfchen, and Häs'chen vineyards are impeccably balanced and extremely age-worthy. VDP estate.